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Chris Sabin's Greatest Career Moments - Page 2


January 7, 2004: Chris Sabin Won X-Division Title over Michael Shane, Chris Daniels, and Low Ki in an Ultimate X Match
In the second ever "Ultimate X" match, Chris Sabin proved that he could excel at any match type by overcoming Daniels, Low Ki, and then-champion Michael Shane.  His title reign wouldn't be cut short by a foe, but rather by fate as a knee injury sidelined him and prematurely ended his run with the championship.

May 26, 2004: Chris Sabin defeated Hector Garza and Petey Williiams in an Ultimate X Match to win the 2004 Super X Cup
In a case of Déjà vu, Chris Sabin went on to repeat his TNA Super X Cup win in 2004.  In another dangerous Ulltimate X Match, Chris took down both Hector Garza and Petey Williams to earn another shot at the title he never lost.

October 22, 2006, Bound For Glory 2006: Chris Sabin beats Senshi  for X-Title
Sabin's third X-Division Title reign came at the expense of Senshi, who had made their issues with personal.  Despite Senshi's claims that Chris wasn't up to par in his challenges, Sabin took him out with an inside cradle and scored the unexpected victory - something that would become a theme in his career.

January 14, 2007, Final Resolution 2007 :  Sabin wins X-Title over Daniels, Lynn
Final Resolution 2007 saw Chris capture yet another X-Division championship victory over champion Christopher Daniels and Jerry Lynn.  This big win forced even the most hardened critics to stand up and applaud all Chris had accomplished in TNA and the potential he had for true greatness.


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